US News ‘Bloody rude’ Juncker could force UK to quit Brexit talks, claims Farage

13:10  17 may  2017
13:10  17 may  2017 Source:   Press Association

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Nigel Farage has warned Jean-Claude Juncker his “ bloody rude ” behaviour and attempt to “bully the Brits” could force Britain to walk away from Brexit talks within months. The former Ukip leader said the EU needs to make “grown-up

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Nigel Farage with Jean-Claude Juncker in Strasbourg (Jean-Francois Badias/AP) © Provided by The Press Association Nigel Farage with Jean-Claude Juncker in Strasbourg (Jean-Francois Badias/AP)

Nigel Farage has warned Jean-Claude Juncker his “bloody rude” behaviour and attempt to “bully the Brits” could force Britain to walk away from Brexit talks within months.

The former Ukip leader said the EU needs to make “grown-up, reasonable” demands or face the prospect of the UK withdrawing from the negotiations by the end of the year.

MEP Mr Farage also claimed the Eurovision Song Contest made Mr Juncker look “a bit silly” for mocking the English language, given that 90% of the songs were performed in English.

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Nigel Farage has warned Jean-Claude Juncker his “ bloody rude ” behaviour and attempt to “bully the Brits” could force Britain to walk away from Brexit talks within months. The former Ukip leader said the EU needs to make “grown-up

Nigel Farage has warned Jean-Claude Juncker his “ bloody rude ” behaviour and attempt to “bully the Brits” could force Britain to walk away from Brexit talks within months. The former Ukip leader said the EU needs to make “grown-up

His attack came after European Commission president Mr Juncker said the Brexit process shows how “united and prepared” the EU will be.

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